Steel frames and expansive glass open this home to views of the lake and mountains.
A functional addition allows a family to get more use from their streetcar neighborhood home.
Silver Place Studio is a renovation of a 1950 printing company building undertaken in partnership with our affiliated development company.
Old Briar is a home in rural west Tennessee that deals with both environmental and cultural sustainability.
An inexpensive farmhouse that is part of a long tradition of frugal agricultural construction.
The legacy of the New Deal is reinterpreted in this twenty-first century home.
The Ghost Houses re-establish the neighborhood's historic pattern to create contemporary urban housing.
A platform to view Cherokee Lake and the surrounding mountain ridges characterizing East Tennessee and a vehicle to interpret the site’s cultural, physical and temporal landscape
An installation at Eastern State Penitentiary National Historic Landmark, Point | Counterpoint; A Conversation with Haviland challenges the radial scheme of the prison through a system of screens, mirrors, and thresholds.
A new home in a historic neighborhood, the house is of its time while remaining sympathetic to its context.
A contemporary renovation to a brick house adds new character in a historic neighborhood with in-home art studio and a secluded garden.
This addition maintains the rustic character of the home while providing both room for a growing family and covered outdoor space.
An issue of the Journal of Architectural Education dealing with contemporary preservation.
A subtle intervention on an unusual lot in an eclectic West Knoxville neighborhood
A study that examines the intersection of two aspects of the five-county regional plan: identified centers of growth and a proposed bus rapid transit (BRT) system.
The Deck House is a simple retreat immersed in the forest, designed to fulfill the client’s desire for escape from his daily life.
Calling on custom fabrication abilities widely available in the timber home and roof truss manufacturing industries, this research explores their potential for architectural expression and space making in small, inexpensive, light wood framed houses.
A design for an observatory in Kielder Park leverages dark skies and lack of light pollution in the stump-studded terrain to create a contemporary public art and architectural element in the landscape.
A waterfront cottage in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin which adapts and adds to a 1940s camping cabin in need of renovation to create a simple but gracious retreat
A exploration of the power of walking, the proposal considers a forlorn pedestrian connection from First Avenue to the Elliot Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington.
A competition entry, Re:Route is an unsolicited proposal designed to challenge the City of Knoxville and the Tennessee Department of Transportation to pursue transportation improvements.
This west Knoxville renovation carves out unused attic space to penetrate daylight into the otherwise cave-like master suite.